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a gun and randomly open fire. >> i can see she does have a lovely voice. >> shockingly big government lefties were not amused. >> adele is at greasy as the most moat friendly fore grande. that's creative. i guess she is evil because she likes to keep some of her own money. for more on that, let's go to the diva dance rehearsal. what say you of this criticism, adele? too focused to answer. lauren, you are rich and a drunk. do you sympathize with adele? >> i do. we all have to stick together. >> i get what she is saying and it is frustrating when you are getting a huge portion like that to the government. at the rate she is going she is apparently a big fan of the cry der and smoke -- cider and smokes a lot. she wants to have kids, and she may be on the government dole at one point for healthcare. >> but here is the thing. i will go to you, remy because you are kind of smart. >> thanks for that. anyway, she brings up this point she has all of these nieces she takes care of. the point she makes is a good one. she knows how to spend mother money better than the government. she says nothin
tse and i get a big smile because at the public againsters office you had each of the attorneys carry this at every homicide trial. it is classic. defense 101 and they make it look like it is unsurmountable burden and the visual can stay with the jury and, well, i don't know, maybe they proved it but not all the way up to the red square. and cheney mason made the point that the prosecutor is the one that has the burden. he points to the difference saying they don't have a burden in this case it is up to the prosecution. let's listen to listen in to cheney mason defense counsel. that's why we have a system that says the state has to prove beyond reasonable doubt everything. if they fail to do that then no matter what you may think in this, just go down the line, your obligation is, wait, they haven't proven beyond a reasonable doubt. if they don't prove beyond a reasonable doubt she is in the guilty. this is not a trick. one of the things i was thinking about going back back to the list of evidence and this borrow me because i don't the antis. you don't either, i'm sure. and it bothers
your common sense and look at the big picture and the defense attorney comes up and takes it apart piece by piece. the defense attorney wants to break it up and say let's not look at the big picture. let's look at the specific piece of evidence and problems with that evidence. a lot of the evidence in this case was complete junk science, in my opinion, and in many other commentators' opinions in this case. >> even the banding of the hair. >> absolutely the banding of the hair. >> the air samples, can of air. >> when you put it all together, though, david, if you jump in, you have a very strong circumstantial case, many would say. what's your position on that? because wasn't jose baez's now closing argument in a sense taken down a notch that he can't argue what he argued in his opening argument? >> absolutely. not just taken down a notch but, excuse me, completely gutted. i mean, he promised things to this jury that went completely unfulfilled. when you too that like mark geragos did in the peterson case, the jury is left with a gaping hole. to create reasonable doubt, he'll have
this when i shook his hand friday in the big courtroom on the 23rd floor of the orange county courthouse in florida, "this is the deepest heart ache you could imagine. i lost one and now i could lose another ". whose side is george really on? and facing the death penalty, why didn't his daughter the accused casey anthony take the witness stand in her own defense? >> this family must keep its secrets quiet. >> geraldo: in a desperate attempt to explain casey's hideous behavior in the month following caylee anthony's death, the defense attorney jose baez presented an abuse excuse. >> it gee been a when she was 8 years old. >> geraldo: george anthony flatly denied the ai allegatio. >> you would never admit to molesting your child, would you, sir? >> i never would do anything like that to my daughter. >> you would never admit to it, would you, sir? >> sir, i would never do anything to harm my daughter in that way. >> geraldo: the defense was left with the challenge of putting evidence on the record to support the allegation of abuse. >> i think it left a huge hole. unless you put casey on th
this from the beginning. it's an intriguing day. >> this is, it's a big day. >> dave: let's start with the defense. what can they do? is there anything they can stress that would perhaps save her life? is there any chance of a not guilty verdict in your opinion? >> i don't think there's any chance of a not guilty. i think the best they can do is to save her life. the defense made outrageous claims in opening, but went the other way with their defense and helped the prosecution and sputtered to the close and the rebuttal is the final knockout punch. >> clayton: is there enough for the death penalty? that seems to be the question. because premeditation is ultimately the linchpin and maybe that's taken off the table. >> i don't think so. although it isn't a sure fire went for the first degree. what happened here, i think, what you're going to have is that if jeff ashton, if he puts this together in the right way for the jury and really kind of shows them what they can disregard and why, i think they still have a great chance because the biggest thing for the first degree murder conve
trying to raise reasonable doubt by jose baez, the lead attorney for casey anthony. he offered up a big poster board showing all of the people who testified they smelled decomposition in the drunk. buff next to that he put up ten more photos of people right around her car who never smelled anything. from the lady who ran the amscott check cashing place who first reported that the car was abandoned there and got the tow truck to come out and get it. to the cops that responded to the anthony home on the night of july 16 when there was so many police on the scene and cindy anthony was calling 911 three times. she, too, saying that it felt like a damn dead body has been in the car. mason, the second defense attorney for casey anthony is going to finish the defense's closing argument after we have our lunch break. it will probably be an hour-long lunch break. the judge is giving each side four hours to make the closing arguments. this is critical at the closing argument, especially for jose baez. biggest trial of his life, of his career. he is getting to get the jury to think maybe george an
is likely to be recovered. no word yet on what caused that break. plus, big developments in the most urgent debate in washington, raising the u.s. debt ceiling. according to the u.s. treasury, time is quickly running out. if congress does not pass a bill to raise the nation's borrowing limit the united states will run out of money by august 2nd and possibly for the very first time in u.s. history, begin defaulting on loans. weeks of negotiations have failed to produce a deal and democrats want new taxes. while republicans oppose tax hikes, they want major spending cuts. yesterday, in his weekly address, president obama said everything has to be on the table, and today, republican lawmakers showed some willingness to accept a flurry of proposals, including eliminating some tax breaks. >> do we believe the tax reform is yes? i would say absolutely. there's not enough team to get this done between now and august the 2nd, but it ought to be the first thing we try to turn to to make our tax code more rationalnd eliminate tax expenditures and loopholes and actually make our nation more competitiv
was a yankee fan growing up. he has this presence about him. he walked up to me and said we expect big things from you. i was in awe at first but our relationship grew from there. >> derek jeter played for the yankees his entire career and has been the captain the last 18 years and he knew well the level of play. >> i was on third base one out, rookie year. there was a line drive caught double out third base we won the game. after the game i was in the clubhou clubhouse. he walked over to me and said don't ever get doubled off third again. not with those words but that was the point. i was surprised one we won the game but it goes to show you how much he expected extra. >> what i try to do is instill a sense of discipline in my players. a mental toughness and discipline. i don't want players going out there being treated like here res if they are not heroes. >> he didn't have high expectations just for the players but for everyone that worked for him. >> he expected excellence from everybody who worked for him security guard, vendors. anybody around he wanted you to perform at the highest lev
big things from you. i was in awe at first. cbut our relationship grew from there. >> derek jeter played with the yankees for his entire career. he learned the level of steinbrenner's expectation. >> i was in my rookie year and on third base and there was one out and a line drive that was caught. we won the game . after the game i was in the clubhouse and he walked over to me. he said don't ever get doubled off at third again. that was not the words, but that was the point. i was surprised because one, we won the game. but shows you how much he expected excellence. >> there is a mental toughness and discipline. i don't want them to go be treated as heroes if they weren't. >> he had high expectations for everyone that worked for him. >> he expected excellence. anyone at the stadium, security guard, and vendors, you name it, anyone that was around, he wanted you to perform high. >> and he ruled with dedication to the tale . had no long hair rule. >> i have nothing against long hair. >> once it took him an hour to get out of the parking lot and on to the highway. few days later he wa
board certified fully capable of handling this case but yet she is the big shot and she comes back in to town and takes over and because of her relationship with the media and law enforcement. that is it. the politics that the medical examiner -- at the medical examiner's office played out in this case and you got to see it with these two. we presented to you and we were fortunate enough to have one of the most experienced medical examiners in the country, dr. werner spitz. and dr. spitz did a full autopsy. they can say all they want. and if dr. spitz had not found anything that would have been a different story. but he did. he found actual physical evidence, physical proof that caylee's remains were not found and were not -- did not tee decompose in the manner in or mr. kronkte or plagiarism tried to tell you they were. the photos were not indicative of how caylee decomposed and what position she was in. this is the physical proof. the is a man tick semantics ofr brain matter, the man that has 6000
or i threatened with contempt at the end of the case. holding a lawyer in contempt is a big step. you don't want to do that. it can affect their carr. >> so if he calls contempt right now, what does that do the case, what would happen next? >> it does nothing to the case. it's basically a contempt citation against the lawyers. he can have a summary procedure which like the gentleman who was using his middle finger creatively in the courtroom the other day, they are not entitled to counsel. show me good cause why i shouldn't hold you in contempt by showing displusher in the argument -- displeasure. give him an opportunity to say anything before the sentence is imposed and sentence him. the judge has very stringt rules for summary contempt proceeding that is scenario where the judge is the prosecutor, the jury and judge all at one time. that is w if it's not done right now, the procedure changes for any other contempt that he brings later on. >> gregg: judge, it's good we have you as a judge because we're going to show a clip our viewers haven't seen of judge melvin perry chewing out th
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